When it comes to auto modification, DC Design always stays on top of things. This classic Royal Enfield Classic 350, also known as DC2 Carbon Shot, was cut up by their shears and emerged as a brand-new item that elevates the charm of the retro-modern style. They are well known in the industry for their work on automobiles, and this is their first formally sanctioned two-wheeled product based on a Royal Enfield.
The first custom motorcycle is known as the DC2 Carbon Shot, and the custom kits for motorcycles have been introduced under the sub-brand DC2. The DC2 Carbon Shot (Custom RE Classic 350)’s big gasoline tank features the well-known tear drop shape. Here, the seat is likewise specially constructed, blending in perfectly with the fuel tank layout. The front even appears to be in its bare minimum shape, while the rear fender has been chopped. Designer chrome panels provide the side covers and battery compartments a very high level of quality.
The hydro dipped fibre glass is meant to resemble carbon fibre, although the body is devoid of any usage of the pricey yet lightweight material. The inner section of the headlight now features LED lights in place of the conventional halogen bulb, while the outside section is coated in thick chrome rings. The DC2 Carbon shot now has cylinder-shaped indicators in place of the original ones.
DC has focused on improving the motorcycle’s appearance while leaving the operational components, including the engine, suspension, wheels, frame, and brakes, alone. This specialised gear costs approximately INR 76,000. (cost of the base Royal Enfield Classic 350 motorcycle is extra). Cardinal Red and Admiral Blue, two vivid colours of DC2 Carbon Shot, are additionally offered.
The money spent on the motorcycle is equally obvious thanks to these 2 hues, which are actually more vibrant than the other one. The chrome accents appear much more stunning against the Red and Blue. The motorcycle’s headlight unit and front suspension cover are still black. In a different video from DC Design, you can even hear it roaring.